"The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience." -Oliver Wendell Holmes
In 1994 Mr. Aycock received his law degree from Valparaiso University. While in law school he was a member of the Valparaiso University Law Review. His law school Note, Nothing but the Truth: A Solution to the Current Inadequacies of the Federal Perjury Statutes was published in 28 Val. U. L. Rev. 247 (1993).
Mr. Aycock has practiced law in Greensboro since he became licensed to practice law in North Carolina in 1994. He represents individuals and business entities in complex civil and trusts and estates litigation throughout the country. He also represents individuals in complex family law matters throughout North Carolina and the country, including serving as a mediator and arbitrator. He has been certified by the North Carolina State Bar as a Family Law Specialist since 2004. He is a Martindale-Hubbell “AV” rated lawyer and has received national and state awards and recognition by his peers and other professionals in numerous national and state publications.
Mr. Aycock represents a variety of clients, from Fortune 500 companies to small local businesses to individuals who are going through the most difficult times of their lives by facing marital or family discord either through separation or divorce or contested trust and estate matters. With his deep knowledge of the law and unique approach by thinking inside and outside of the box, Mr. Aycock helps clients structure their affairs to best achieve their goals.
Mr. Aycock enjoys spending time with his family and serving his community and profession. He has served and chaired numerous civic and professional boards and has remained actively involved in assisting the schools that he attended by chairing an endowment committee and assisting in various other capacities. One of his greatest pleasures is helping teach others by coaching various competitive youth baseball and basketball teams.
George W. “Trey” Aycock III was born December 1, 1967, in Goldsboro, North Carolina. He graduated from Charles B. Aycock High School, where he was an accomplished student-athlete. After graduation, he attended what was then Montreat-Anderson College (now Montreat College). He completed his undergraduate education at the University of North Carolina, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. While in college he was a two-sport athlete (baseball and basketball), member of the dean’s list and honor’s program, a tutor, a resident assistant, member of the honor council and student government, and a recipient of the prestigious University of North Carolina Class of 1938 international study abroad fellowship. Additionally he worked several jobs in college to pay for the portion of his education that was not funded by way of scholarships.